PIERRE CARDIN has a very big body of work from the sixties and seventies. His sunglasses, especially from those decades, represent a constant fountain of
inspiration for all sunglass design enthusiasts. The model you see here is particularly interesting because of its shape. The rectangular oversized frames stand for a strong statement underlining the wearers charecter.
We are not sure which model number these sunglasses have/carry and any help in identifying it would be highly appreciated.
The frame and temples are made of tortoise colored acetate. The right temple carries PIERRE CARDIN’s logo on the outer side. The left temple has no visible logos or model numbers.
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